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U.S. Junior Amateur Championship
The 67th U.S. Junior Amateur Championship held at The Club at Carlton Woods (Nicklaus Course) saw AJGA golfers Will Zalatoris and Davis Riley go head-to-head in the final round of match play. Zalatoris claimed the title in his final year of eligibility with a 5-and-3 victory in the 36-hole championship match. He had previously competed in the event four times.

Zalatoris pulled ahead with back-to-back birdies on the 19th and 20th holes played (Nos. 1 and 2) after the pair was all square following the first 18 holes. In all, the match saw 22 birdies over 33 holes between the competitors, along with an eagle on No. 14 by Zalatoris. The runner-up finish was Riley’s second straight at the U.S. Junior Amateur Championship, after falling to Scott Scheffler 3 and 2 in 2013.

The title was a fitting part of Zalatoris’ final year of junior golf before moving on to compete at Wake Forest in the fall. The former Rolex Junior All-American has competed in AJGA events since 2009, after medaling in his first-ever event at the Preseason Junior at Brookhaven. He would go on to amass four more top-10 AJGA finishes, including another victory at the 2009 Junior All-Star at Ballantyne. The Plano, Texas, native was also a member of the victorious West Team at the 2010 Wyndham Cup.

Riley of Hattiesburg, Mississippi, has also enjoyed a storied AJGA career. The 2014 Wyndham Cup participant has accumulated 11 top-10 finishes in AJGA competition, including a T6 finish at the 2014 CB&I Boys Championship at Carlton Woods, held on the Fazio Championship Course. The rising senior and two-time Rolex Junior All-American is verbally committed to Alabama.

U.S. Girls’ Junior Championship
AJGA alumna Marijosse Navarro went to a playoff with Princess Mary Superal before falling on the 37th hole of the 2014 U.S. Girls’ Junior Championship at Forest Highlands Golf Club’s Meadow Course. This was the second time the event needed extra holes since it expanded to 36 holes in 2006.

Mexico’s Navarro was a three-time Rolex Junior All-American from 2010-12, and notched four career victories. She has reached match play at the U.S. Girls’ Junior Championship each year since 2011, culminating in this year’s runner-up finish. Navarro is currently a freshman at Texas A&M.

 
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Weekly Results
Wells Fargo Junior Classic presented by Mizuno
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1
S.M. Lee
66
T
2
Jake Milanowski
69
T
2
Trevor Phillips
69
T
2
Trent Phillips
69
T
2
Aaron Walker
69
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Total
T
1
Maria Hoyos
71
T
1
Jayna Choi
71
T
1
Virginia Green
71
T
1
Rinko Mitsunaga
71
Junior All-Star at Watters Creek
Boys
Total
T
1
David Morgan
69
T
1
Cole Hammer
69
T
1
Johnny Bai
69
T
1
Jansen Smith
69
Girls
Total
1
Maddie White
69
2
Chandler Rosholt
71
T
3
Casey Ott
72
T
3
Christine Wang
72
AJGA Junior at Yolo Fliers
Boys
Total
1
Guangshi Chen
67
T
2
Trevor Gold
69
T
2
Kevin Geniza
69
T
2
Sanghyun Choi
69
T
2
Nick Swanson
69
T
2
David Laskin
69
Girls
Total
1
Xinying Wang
72
2
Naomi Ko
73
3
Mikayla Fitzpatrick
74
Junior All-Star at Aliante
Boys
Total
1
Joseph Burlison
69
T
2
Derrick Liu
70
T
2
Patrick McNary
70
T
2
Derek Kim
70
T
2
Austin Murphy
70
T
2
Alejandro De Zavala
70
Girls
Total
1
Karah Sanford
68
2
Kailie Vongsaga
70
T
3
Angela Bagasbas
72
T
3
Brianna Navarrosa
72
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